Venue Details

Avery Schreiber Theatre
4934 Lankershim Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 20 members
Carlos Alberto
Review from Carlos Alberto
Red Velvet 449 events 188 reviews

Great songs, clever x-rated lyrics made this a fun show to watch.

reviewed May 14 2010 report as inappropriate
David Newman
Review from David Newman
Red Velvet 99 events 37 reviews

With a daughter entering college in the fall, this was a perfect outing. A fun, funny evening. With a 2-person cast and catchy score, feels like a show that could become a small theater staple... especially on campuses and in college towns.

reviewed Apr 09 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from gotoshow
366 events 197 reviews

Through the first 7 songs it was very good, then it drifted considerably and overly coarse on a couple of songs so instead of being great it ended up just good.

reviewed Apr 30 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from REC
61 events 33 reviews

OK, it was somewhat funny, but that's all. Me and my guest had an OK time bc of the following, the theatre is very small, the girl at the door had "NO" people's skills, and sound was a little off... PLUS! if you get there early, the waiting...continued

reviewed Apr 23 2010 report as inappropriate
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Amy, a naive freshman, experiences the hysterical highs and humbling lows of college life and relationships. Throw in a fraternity brother, a not-so-bright best friend, an RA, a few other characters and some singing and you have yourself a musical about college.

Executive Producer’s Note

“The idea for this show initially came from a student programmer at Western Texas College who was looking for a comedy show that incorporates serious issues such as drinking. Kelly and I began work on Alcohol: The Musical. Feeling a little too preachy, we instead brainstormed 3-4 college-themed vignettes that would make up an entire production. Thankfully, Kelly had the idea to just create a show where we do what we do best – be funny and entertaining. Using some of the songs I perform in my solo college shows, some of Kelly’s risque classics and a handful of songs Kelly wrote in a matter of minutes, all surrounding a storyline Kelly came up with, lo and behold we have College. This show would not have been possible without Kelly’s unwavering determination and strong belief that this is why we met – to create together. This show would also not have been possible without me, because I’m awesome.” – Evan Wecksell

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